Jewish National Fund Forestry & Green Innovations
Forestry & Green Innovations
Covering over 250,000 acres, Jewish National Fund forests provide an invaluable green canopy for both the people of Israel and the roughly 2,241 different species of animals and birds who call it home. From the mighty oak and the almond, to the cypress and the exotic Atlantic cedar, every tree makes a difference, every tree connects to the future, and every tree calls out, "Am Yisrael Chai".
Today, we must grapple with the challenge of balancing the phenomenal growth and development Israel has experienced in the last decade with the maintenance of an ecologically sound environment. That’s why our role as guardian of the land has become ever more critical and includes firefighting and fire prevention, soil conservation, combating desertification, and developing agricultural infrastructure.
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In loving memory of my parents, Lee and Sid Kresses, and aunts and uncles, Eunice and Ben, Ricky and Henry, and Miriam and Larry.
For the Kresses siblings memorial grove
For Birnbrey Kresses Slifkin Lowenson memorial grove
To the Birnbrey/Kresses grove